|Bryce Canyon from Sunset Point area, framed by Ponderosa Pine trees in winter.|
The colors of the Pink Cliffs change throughout the day with the sunlight and shadows, as they do year round. But when there is fresh snow to make each fin and hoodoo (irregularly shaped spires of rock) stand out, it's even more amazing.
|Just after sunrise at Bryce Canyon.|
|Late afternoon sunlight and shadows at Bryce Canyon. The small tilted formation is called the Sinking Ship.|
|Douglas-Fir trees down among the glowing fins.|
|Moonrise just before sunset, from Bryce Point. On the far horizon is the Aquarius Plateau.|
Photo location: Bryce Canyon National Park, southern Utah.
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